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Leading tech companies worldwide 2024, by market cap

Jun 5, 2024 | Technology & Telecommunications

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Teams most likely to win EURO 2024

Jun 4, 2024 | Soccer

England was given the highest chance of winning EURO 2024 ahead of the tournament, with a 19.9 percent chance of success. Meanwhile, France's probability of lifting the trophy stood at 19.1 percent.

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Number of nuclear warheads worldwide 2024

Jun 17, 2024 | National Security

As a weapon of mass destruction, nuclear warheads are part of the defense arsenal of some countries in the world. There were approximately 12,100 nuclear warheads worldwide as of January 2024 and almost 90 percent of them belong to two countries: the United States and Russia. Even though the number of nuclear weapons worldwide has been decreasing since the Cold War, still the same two countries possess the majority of them. Moreover, with more conflicts ongoing worldwide, nuclear weapons become more important to nuclear powers as a way of deterring.

What are nuclear warheads?

Nuclear warheads are weapons of mass destruction and are able to destroy whole cities and kill millions of people. They also have tremendous long-lasting effects on the environment and future generations due to radioactive contamination taking its toll years after the explosion. They have only been used once; by the United States in 1945 in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the final stage of World War 2. Despite the devastating nature of nuclear weapons, some countries have been carrying out nuclear tests regularly.

Global attitudes

There have been debates about the prohibition of nuclear weapons due to the enormous destructive power that they have. In July of 2017, the United Nations General Assembly voted on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. There were 139 countries that supported the treaty and positioned themselves against the possession of nuclear weapons. However, as the forecasted budget for the nuclear weapons program of the United States from 2022 shows, the investments in this area are increasing rather than decreasing. Similar attitudes can be expected from the Russian government.

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Bitcoin BTC/USD price history up until Jun 18, 2024

Jun 19, 2024 | Currencies

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All-time top-grossing actors in the U.S. & Canada 2024, by total domestic box revenue

Jun 17, 2024 | Cinema & Film

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Top online stores in the U.S. 2023, by e-commerce net sales

Jun 18, 2024 | B2C E-Commerce

Amazon.com was the leading online store in the U.S. e-commerce market, with e-commerce net sales of US$135,197 million in 2023 generated in the U.S., followed by walmart.com with US$64,935 million. Third place is taken by apple.com with revenues of US$25,857 million. Homedepot.com is the fourth-biggest online store in the U.S. with net sales of US$19,383 million in 2023. 

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The eCommerceDB provides detailed information for over 30,000 online stores in more than 50 countries, including detailed revenue analytics, competitor analysis, market development, marketing budget, and interesting KPIs, such as traffic, shipping providers, payment options, social media activity and many more.

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Top grossing mobile games in China 2024

Jun 13, 2024 | Apps

China’s mobile game market is vibrant. In May 2024, Tencent's Honor of Kings remained the highest-grossing game app in the country, earning almost 152 million U.S. dollars in revenue. The second placeholder PUBG Mobile from Tencent was far behind. The much anticipated Dungeon & Fighter: Origins, released on May 21, 2024, rose to the third spot with nearly 64 million U.S. dollars. Honkai: Star Rail, the latest role-playing gacha game developed by miHoYo remained as seventh.

The long-term winners: Tencent and NetEase

For many years, Tencent and NetEase have been the most successful Chinese game developers, holding the lion’s share of mobile gaming revenue. The former owns the super app WeChat and an extensive network of entertainment offerings. The mobile gaming business has been one of the profit pillars of Tencent, contributing nearly 30 percent of its annual revenue (555 billion yuan) in 2022. In comparison, NetEase was half the size of Tencent - 75 billion yuan in online game revenue in 2022.

The industry challenger: miHoYo

Having arrived at the gaming scene relatively late in 2011, the Chinese studio miHoYo took eight years to catch global attention. In September 2020, the company grabbed the right timing to launch Genshin Impact during the pandemic. The role-playing game achieved two billion U.S. dollars of revenue within a year of release and continues to be a lucrative title in various markets. The company announced another blockbuster game Honkai: Star Rail in April 2023.

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Monthly natural gas imports from Russia to the EU 2021-2024

Jun 17, 2024 | Prices, Marketing, and Trade

In February 2024, the European Union (EU) imported nearly 2.9 billion cubic meters of natural gas from Russia. That was slightly less than in the previous month and less than a third of the import volume in May 2021. Over the observed period, the imports peaked at approximately 8.2 billion cubic meters in March 2022, a month after Russia invaded Ukraine.

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Voting intention in the United Kingdom 2020-2024

Jun 10, 2024 | Elections

As of June 11, 2024, 38 percent of British adults would vote for the Labour Party in the next general election, due to be held on July 4, 2024, compared with 18 percent who would vote for the Conservative Party. The ruling Conservatives have trailed Labour in the polls throughout 2022 and 2023, with a huge gap emerging in September 2022 when Liz Truss came to power. Truss' short time as Prime Minister was widely seen as a disaster for the country and her party, and she was succeeded by Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister that October. Labour has maintained their lead in the polls since Sunak became Prime Minister, and would win the next general election based on the most recent polls. 

Sunak gambles on July election

On May 22, 2024, Rishi Sunak announced his decision to hold the next UK general election on July 4. Unlike many other democracies, general elections in the UK have no fixed date, with the power to call one resting with the Prime Minister, although this must be done at least every five years. While the last election in 2019 was held in the winter, this was mainly due to the political crisis surrounding the UK's exit from the EU. Sunak's surprise announcement came shortly after some positive economic figures were released in the UK. Sunak may hope this will improve his poor job ratings and perhaps boost the government's approval. The job of catching Labour in the polls by July may be a long shot for the Conservatives, especially as no ground was made up in 2023. 

Sunak's five pledges - 2023

After a tough 2022, in which Britain suffered through its worst cost of living crisis in a generation, the economy was consistently identified as the main issue facing the country, just ahead of healthcare. To respond to these concerns, Rishi Sunak started 2023 with five pledges; halve inflation, grow the economy, reduce national debt, cut NHS waiting times, and stop small boats. Over a year on from this announcement, just one pledge can be said to be realized, with CPI inflation falling from 10.1 percent at the start of the year to 2.3 percent by April 2024. There is some ambiguity regarding the success of some of the other pledges. The economy shrank in the last two quarters of 2023 but has since started to grow again. National debt has increased slightly, while small boat arrivals are down from 2022, but still higher than in most other years. The pledge to cut NHS waiting times was not fulfilled either, with the number of people awaiting treatment rising in 2023.

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Share of diamond exports from Africa 2022, by country

Jun 14, 2024 | Diamonds

In 2022, Botswana accounted for around 35.1 percent of the diamonds exported from Africa. The country was the leading diamond exporter on the continent. South Africa and Angola followed, representing roughly 29 percent and 24 percent of Africa's diamond exports, respectively. Other main exporters were Namibia, Lesotho, and Zimbabwe.

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